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The Complete Guide to Sick Plants, pH and Pest troubles!

The Complete Guide to Sick Plants, pH and Pest troubles!
Marijuana Garden Saver: AKA The Complete guide to Sick Plants,pH, and Pest troubles! I have put a lot of work into this for those who need it when I'm not around This thread has been updated 7/15/2010 All updates are in RED. Scroll down to the bottom for most of the updated stuff. If you need help please DO NOT post in this thread. Make a thread in the infirmary, or post in the link below if you need my help with something.Split From: The Complete Gude to Sick Plants,pH and Pest Troubles When you do post please give as much detailed information as possible to faster get your diagnosis. Questions provided by CannaGod from PLanetGanja and 10K from ICMAG *NOTE: Please Cut And Paste only the section that applies and add your response. How long has this problem been going on? HYDROPONICS/Aero Ponics/Coco/Soiless/ How long has this problem been going on? I have been doing a lot of research on sick plants and also helping out others a lot on sick plants! Nitrogen (N) Mobile Element and Macro Element

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